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It stated that a non-Aryan is one who descended from a non-Aryan, especially Jewish
parents or grandparent. Even if one grandparent were non-Aryan than one is not
regarded as an Aryan. “A person is to be considered non-Aryan if he is descended from
non-Aryan, and especially from Jewish parents or grandparents. It is sufficient if one
parent or grandparent is non-Aryan. This is to be assumed in particular where one parent
or grandparent was of the Jewish religion.”
7) Law for the Protection of German Blood and Honor:
September 15th, 1935. The
introduction to the law's detail expressed that "the purity of German blood" was essential
for the ongoing existence of the German people. Declares “purity” of German blood and
bans intermarriage and extra-marital relations between Germans and Jews (the name was
now officially used in place of “non-Aryans”). Jews are also forbidden from hiring nonJewish female help under the age of 45. Also forbids Jews from displaying German flag.
The Jews were, however, allowed to display Jewish colors and this right would be
protected by the state. It is also interesting to note in terms of Hitler’s policies that he
always left room for...
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- Fall '14